The Columbia Police Department has said it has trouble with intoxicated people, many homeless, in Flat Branch, Village Square and Paquin parks.
For Justin Safford, who is from Bloomington, Ill., Wednesday's Braggin' Rights game against Illinois has a special significance.
After Michael Dixon Jr., the Tigers' regular point guard, was suspended indefinitely on Wednesday for a violation of team rules, freshman Phil Pressey stepped into the role. But during Sunday’s practice, Pressey fractured a bone in his right hand and will be out for a minimum of two weeks.
KRCG's Zac Evans is predicting rain Wednesday that will turn into freezing rain Thursday. It's too early to say whether there will be snow for Christmas Day.
Missouri Girls Town is a residential facility for adolescent girls who are victims of abuse or neglect. The staff of Girls Town, however, see the residents, the ones they call "our girls," as survivors.
David Shorr has represented Columbia, Boone County and MU in criticizing EPA recommendations for Hinkson Creek. But a letter from his law firm suggests he was hired just to appeal a state stormwater permit.
Missouri United Methodist Church is providing a winter shelter in January and February for people who are homeless. Volunteers are needed for the "Room at the Inn" program.
Kishaun Williams, a freshman guard for the Missouri women's basketball team, says she has had to get used to being away from her family in Baton Rouge, La.
Growth in the number of children's doctors and family physicians has outpaced the increased in the U.S. child population, the study authors found. By moving doctors out of areas where there is already an over-supply, it would be possible for every child to have a doctor nearby.
The City Council approved a plan for REDI to lease space in the garage at Fifth and Walnut.
Construction on the project is scheduled to begin this winter with an estimated completion date of spring 2012. More than $78,000 have been raised to fund the garden’s construction.
Chad Harvey pleaded guilty in October to second-degree murder, and on Monday a judge confirmed the maximum sentence for him. Cases against Harvey's father, stepmother and brothers and his father's friends remain pending.
The 71-year-old woman had suffered a "diabetic problem" just before the accident, in which her 2008 Hyundai Accent went though a plate-glass entrance to the store.
City offices will be closed Friday, but other operations will continue as scheduled.
Laws Observatory will open its doors to the public free of charge.
Congress approved, and President Obama signed, an extension of the Bush-era tax cuts along with an extension of unemployment benefits, among other things. What do you think of the deal?
Find out how the Columbia Public Schools are doing in categories like dropout rates and ACT scores.
The way she lived through her illness, with humor and happiness, is a gift that will last a lifetime.
There unheard concerns of residents shows that the City Council only cares about the "good-old boys" network.